.NET Conf IL 2017

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Big thank you to everyone who came to the local event of the .NET Conf global celebrations.You can find the slides from all the talks hereHere is the list of sessions and speakers bio:.NET Conf highlightsThe .NET world has never been so exciting, and new stuff are being announced on a daily basis. In this session you'll get a quick overview about all the new announcements around .NET Core, .NET Standard, ASP.NET Core, EF Core and other related technologies.About Tamir Dresher:Tamir is a software architect, consultant, instructor and technology addict that works as Senior Architect at CodeValue Israel. Tamir...

New speaking engagement–NDC Oslo 2016

Sunday, March 6, 2016

I'm very thrilled to take part at this year's NDC Oslo conference. This wil be my first time at Oslo and i'm really looking forward to it. Here are the details of my presentation: Cloud Patterns (9. june 2016 09:00 - 10:00) Cloud computing provides amazing capabilities for the modern application, but there are many pitfalls to be aware of – scalability, resilience, elasticity, security and more. In this session we will look at basic must-know patterns when architecting for the Azure cloud: Message-Oriented, Poison Messages, Cache-Aside, Priority Queues, Retry Patterns and more. http://ndcoslo2016.oktaset.com/p-4357
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Vote for my ConFoo Proposals

Monday, August 24, 2015

Just finished sending my proposals to the ConFoo conference if you would like to hear me talk about Reactive Systems, Cloud, Reactive Extensions, and other Architectual topics Please vote for my proposals! bit.ly/1JqDZgY
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Microsoft Azure Technology Guidance

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Endjin, a Microsoft Gold Partner for Cloud Platform, have produced some guidance to help you walk through your options, and make pragmatic choices based on the functionality. You should take a look: Microsoft Azure Technology Guidance.
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New speaking engagement – CVcon – IoT & Cloud 23/03/15

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

IoT is the new next thing and now its your time to get to know it and learn how you can use it and be part of this revolution. CodeValue is conducting a free conference on IoT and the Cloud.  I will be one of the speakers and will talk how not to drown in the ocean of data. You should come and join us https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cvcon-iot-cloud-registration-15602193581
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Slides and Demos from ILTAM Session–02/07/2014

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Yesterday I gave a lecture at ILTAM group on the possibilities we have for managing our data in the cloud age. We compared between AWS and Azure and discussed what option fits which scenario You can find the slides and demo on my OneDrive: http://1drv.ms/1iZoqq6  Thank you and See you all next time!
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Next Week Presentation at ILTAM

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Next Wednesday – July 2nd i will give a talk at ILTAM. ILTAM is the Israeli Users' Association of Advanced Technologies in Hi-Tec Integrated Systems. ILTAM's main goal is to promote, support and encourage companies to assimilate advanced technologies and new methodologies. My talk next week will about managing data and information in the age of the cloud. I will show the different alternatives and rationale for each one and try to compare the two leading IaaS and PaaS providers – “Microsoft Azure” and “Amazon Web Services (AWS)” this is the link if you wish to register: http://www.iltam.org/activity_details.php?actid=act_SWengineering&id=2004 see...
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DevGeekWeek 2014 – Slides and Demos

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Yesterday I gave two talks at DevGeekWeek 2014. It was really fun and I thank everyone who participated. My first talk was “Building Services running on Microsoft Azure” – during the talk we saw how we can take an application that was developed to run on-premise and convert it to a cloud application that uses Azure Roles, Azure Storage and Azure Service Bus My second talk was “Azure Cloud patterns” – in this talk we discussed some of the problem we may face when working in the cloud (and distributed systems in general) and saw some patterns that...
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